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VpnOneClick Pro protects your privacy online, unlocks all blocked services like Youtube, Twitter, Facebook, Skype, etc., by connecting to a Virtual Private Network Server.

Your public IP address will be different from the real one and the connection will appear as coming from a different country to full protect your privacy and to allow you to watch your national television channels from abroad.

The VPN servers are available in USA, Canada, Australia, United Kingdom, Germany, Switzerland, and Italy. You can choose your preferred country or to let the app choose a random server for you.

This service can be more...

What's New

Version 2.0:
  • Added new servers in Bulgaria and Luxembourg
  • Improved proxy service (changed in browser extension)

Requirements

  • OS X 10.7 or later
  • $2.99 per month fee for the VPN service

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Carl1966 Member IconReview+37
Carl1966
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I have been using this app for about 3 months and have had no problems as yet. Works fine on 10.8.2

No complaints from me as it does what I need at a good price.

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Version 1.7
iTruth Member IconReview+247
iTruth
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**WARNING** Uninstalling the app DOES NOT remove the dozens of VPN configurations it leaves behind in your Network settings. The "-" button has been grayed out and you have to use some wickedly complicated hack in terminal to remove it. I'm still unable to remove the garbage. There is a very confusing removal article on their site but it did not work for me. I would really like the developers of this product to step up and create a script or uninstall program to alleviate this type of malware like behavior.

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Version 1.6
Jack88Gill Member IconReview+4
Jack88Gill
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What I see here are some comments from people who have not even tried the application, and this sucks to me.
but all of you who criticize do not even know what is a VPN and what is his use, because if you knew, you were aware of the fact that $ 19.99 for one year is a ridiculous price for a VPN! Especially with all that servers..

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Version 1.6
THEE:LEE Member IconReview+116
THEE:LEE
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For a similar price I can get a VPN across all devices, iphone, ipad, mac, windows, apple tv, wii etc..

Also for free I can get spotflux so $2.99 seems steep for a single platform VPN system when there are free ones about.

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Version 1.6
JCH2 Member IconComment+392
JCH2
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More machead nonsense. First, it is not free if you have to subscribe; that's such tired old trick to claim something is free because you can download trialware for nothing.

Get the Tor Browse Bundle instead. It does same thing better if what you are accessing uses a TCP protocol... and it is actually free. It also integrates well with more than just a browser. Oh, and you don't have to waste time with AppStore.

https://www.torproject.org/

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Version 1.5
JCH2
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You might also want the Vidalia control panel so you have complete control over all the you do in the proxy network. And like VOCP is accessing that same network and making you pay for it.

https://www.torproject.org/projects/vidalia.html.en

Jack88Gill Member IconReview+4
Jack88Gill
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I'm using Vpn One Click for a while.. and for me is perfect. if you look around you can see that the other Vpn Services are from $8 to 15$ per month... And here I see people complaining about this Vpn!!! Which costs only $ 2.99 per month or $19.99 per years!!
But you know that the servers that use the vpn are not free?

Anyway ... having said that, i can say that is the FIRST vpn of the WORLD on the App Store, and thanks to this now i can watch Netflix, and listend Pandora without any problem.. so say what you want but this app is GREAT!

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Version 1.2
Mikaelf Member IconComment+161
Mikaelf
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Just wondering if any of the whiners commenting here has tried the app and it's really cheap service?

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Version 1.2
Jetfiredx
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I paid for one month to try it and just finished. I don't have much experience with other services because of the costs but I had no problems with VPNOneClickPro and left my system attached to my TV connected to their VPN for almost the entire month (except for when I shut it down) and only had one random disconnect which could have been from Comcast doing a recent update to the cable modem software in the middle of the night. I didn't bother to investigate further.

Web browsing was generally the same speed. Streaming speeds with Netflix while connected to their US server were very good - no stuttering or quality loss, only an slightly increased start time by a few seconds. Torrents also worked fine the whole month but I don't use it for much - only shows I miss or that aren't available here and I don't have Transmission configured to use crazy bandwidth.

The app is a bit cheesy looking and if the AppStore bothers people I think you can go right to their site and buy their services (Don't hold me to that!) but what the app does is allow you to bill you through your iTunes account rather than handing a company you don't know your CC info. I think that is a plus. You then get an activation email with a randomly generated username and password along with the instructions on how to add all the servers to your networking preferences through System Preferences.

It worked well enough for me that I am going to plunk down my $20 to pay for a year and then I don't need to even look at their app again for a long while.

PorkPieHat Member IconComment+0
PorkPieHat
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Only downloadable from the crApp Store, so it's just another irrelevant app.

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Version 1.2
Pirx Member IconComment+208
Pirx
+6

Under requirements is missing: A paid subscription to our VPN service.

The more of these services exist, the better, because it makes the work of cynical censors so much more difficult. So I welcome this additional service provider.

As far as I can see, this VPNOneClick is a basic PPTP 128-bit encrypted VPN. If it works as promised, at USD 20 per it is a really good deal.

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Version 1.0
Gregm Member IconComment+213
Gregm
+6

We need another category for these "free" apps that are useless without specific supplier paid subscription services ----

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Version 1.0
@timi
+2

You mean "Total Crap?"

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Version 1.7
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Version 1.6
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Version 1.5
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Version 1.4
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Version 1.4
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Version 1.2
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Version 1.2
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Downloads 3,088
Version Downloads 336
License Shareware
Date 06 Jan 2014
Platform Intel 64 / OS X
Price Free